Dog The Bounty Hunter announced the public farewell to late wife Beth Chapman with an emotive visual tribute confirming further details.
The reality TV star has announced that his wife will be laid to rest in two weeks’ time.
Taking to Twitter, Dog shared that a service honouring Beth’s memory will take place in Aurora, on 13 July.
He shared a digitally altered image of his late wife wearing angel wings as she hugs him from behind.
With the photo, he revealed that the service will be held at the Heritage Christian Center with the ceremony starting at 2pm, local time.
The service appears to be open to the public so that fans of Beth can pay their respects.
Beth died aged 51 on 26 June after spending five days in a medically induced coma, following a battle with stage four throat cancer.
Dog, real name Duane, previously thanked fans for their support following her death.
The 66-year-old tweeted: ‘Love you all and thank you very much for the support you have been giving for Beth.
‘We have tentatively scheduled July 13 in Denver to tuck her in, tell her goodnight, for she sleepeth.
‘More details will follow… time, place, etc.’
Meanwhile, A&E – the network that aired Dog The Bounty Hunter and Dog and Beth: On The Hunt – is planning its own tribute for the reality star.
Bosses told TMZ: ‘We are very saddened by the loss of Beth Chapman and our thoughts are with Dog and the entire Chapman family during this difficult time.’
The network is planning to schedule a Dog The Bounty Hunter marathon in Beth’s honour, which will conclude with on screen In Memoriam tributes.
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